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american gods

what do you hope for? who do you worship? what do you notice? what makes life worth it? do you define yourself by your words, actions, or by what you purchase? do you read spiritual texts or have spiritless sex, … Continue reading

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political platitudes

let us examine some of the platitudes we heard tonight in the republican debate: “i believe in america. i believe in freedom. i love this country. i believe in the principles that make this country the hope of the earth.” … Continue reading

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notes from an arab spring

CNN has assumed a transcendental position in anchoring themselves above our gods. Muhammad said that shots were falling like the rain in Cairo today. Active syrians propelled by brainstorms wouldn’t listen to what their government had to say so they … Continue reading

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